HGTV's shows are normally a bedrock of good vibes and chill presenters, but the Fixer Upper scandal and Flip or Flop divorce controversy have both rocked the network in consecutive weeks. HGTV's public statements on the matter offer a picture of calm, though their lack of detail has sometimes left fans wondering what's really going on behind the scenes. Keep reading for the latest on both stories...
The first Fixer Upper controversy in the show's four-year history continues to swell, as the head of Chip and Joanna Gaines' church has addressed his remarks regarding homosexuality, gay marriage, and conversion therapy practices. Pastor Jimmy Seibert talked about himself, his church, and the Gaines' membership in a brand-new interview; keep reading for his thoughts on the continuing issue.
The Chip and Joanna Gaines anti-gay rumors have been swirling for days, thanks to the controversial views of their mega-church's pastor. Now, HGTV has offered a brief statement of support of the LGBT community, in an effort at clarifying matters. In addition, Chipper Gaines himself took to Twitter with a series of statements that didn't address the issue directly, but appeared to assuage the fears of many fans. Read on for the two statements!
Fixer Upper Season 4 may have just gotten started, but an unexpected controversy is what many fans are talking about. According to a new report, Chip and Joanna Gaines are members of a megachurch whose pastor is an ardent advocate of conversion therapy for homosexuality.
The long-running and highly successful string of Tarek and Christina seminars that the Flip or Flop duo have promoted for years is coming under attack from an unexpected enemy: their fans. Some disgruntled followers of the HGTV power couple are speaking out against Tarek and Christina, accusing them of deceptive business practices and claiming that the Tarek and Christina seminars aren't all they're cracked up to be.
Yesterday's bombshell report that Kim Kardashian might have faked her Paris robbery in order to generate better ratings for the twelfth season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians has spawned a host of controversy and gossip. Most prominent among the many rumors now surrounding the show is a question once unthinkable where the first family of reality TV was concerned: is Keeping Up With The Kardashians canceled? Read on for the latest, including E!'s official statement regarding the halt in production, and the specifics of the fake robbery allegations.
Just days after footage of Donald Trump describing sexual assault went public, a pair of television producers alleged "far worse" footage of the Republican presidential nominee. According to the producers–and several people who worked on the show–clips from his time as host of The Apprentice involve Trump dropping racial slurs and making female contestants cringe from lewd remarks.
Are the Duggars separated? Far from it: though controversy continues to bewilder the former stalwarts of huge family reality TV, the Duggars are adding a fresh member to their ranks, thanks to Jim Bob and Michelle's adoption of a 20th child. Read on for the details–and the reaction!